Berlin, Germany (29 January 2021)—INAM, the Innovation Network for Advanced Materials, is pleased to announce Polymertal as their newest startup member.
“In today's world you have to differentiate yourself all the time,” stated Guy Varon, Polymertal’s Business Development Director. “Polymertal believes that a collaboration with INAM is crucial to create a differentiation based on our core material innovation and capabilities.”
In this modern world, products are required to be/have:
Complex 3D Structure
Metal properties (strength, electrical conductivity)
Sustainability approach (Recyclable materials, low energy process)
Durable (mechanical, Thermal stability, UV, Moisture protection)
Polymertal is solving these complex problems by offering a new breed of high-end hybrid parts.
Polymertal’s material is a metallized polymer and they use either traditional injection molding or 3D printing for the base material. On top of the base material, their unique plating technology is applied to obtain metallic features like electrical and thermal conductivity and superior strength.
Polymertal seeks to sell high end functional parts to OEMs or sub tiers directly or through distributors. Currently, their main target customers are high-end automotive manufacturers, aerospace, space and industrial machinery manufacturers. Additionally, they would also like to set up a production facility near their main customers.
INAM seeks to connect the new startup member with their target customers as well as potential collaborators within the network. Additionally, INAM aims to help seek advice for the team in terms of production facilities and locations.
If you would like more information about Polymertal, please visit their website https://polymertal.com/
INAM, the Innovation Network for Advanced Materials, is a global network of companies and research institutes in the field of Advanced Materials. INAM’s goal is to enable the right connections and make technological innovations become reality by working closely with startups, SMEs, corporations and research institutes to start, grow and transform the development of Advanced Materials.
For more information visit: https://www.inam.berlin/